Romain C. Herault
Romain is a lecturer at the Department of Computer Science and Media Technology at Linnaeus University. He teaches graphic design (2D and 3D) as well as video production. He also work (freelancer) as a video producer. His current research interests include the design of training environment to support emergency services using a mix of 360° and regular videos, while providing an interactive aspect and offering visualisation solutions for trainers.
From Academia to Industry, and back.
The world of the industry and academia can be very different, but can benefit from each others. Having a foot in each is challenging, frustrating, and extremely rewarding. Having only academic work to present can feel like having nothing at all. With a bit of outside the box thinking, it is possible to bring your university project as an asset on your CVs. I will give you tips and tricks on how to use academic work (projects, thesis…) and use them as assets instead of hiding them. I will also show you that working in academia can mean very different things, and can be considered as a career.